Developed in the 1920s vinyl has come to play a vital role in our everyday lives. Vinyl is used in many applications and is used every day to make products safer, easier to use, cleaner, more durable and more economical. The inherant versatility of vinyl helps make it the third-largest volume type of plastic produced in the U.S.
From the vinyl resin producers to those who extrude the resin into pipe, siding, flooring, wallcovering, toys, packaging and energy-efficient windows and roofs. WIth that said, the vinyl industry contributes more than 100,000 jobs annually to the U.S. economy.
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